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The swimming sensation says that he learned early on in his career to place a premium on shut-eye.
Apple is further from a $1 trillion market cap than it was in 2015.
Republicans and industry groups said an anti-corruption regulation disadvantaged U.S. drillers, but foreign firms follow similar rules.
NBC News will announce a significant reorganization of its leadership ranks, along with a major investment in a European TV network, NYT reports.
Nine out of 12 Wall Street analysts have buy ratings on Lumentum, according to FactSet.
Janet Yellen just gave the markets a wake-up call — the Fed does intend to raise rates three times this year and possibly even in March.
Social media lit up with reactions to the "Planet of the Apps" trailer.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi has called for the FBI to "accelerate its investigation," NBC News reports.
New research finds a late-career job switch could be the key to working longer.
Goldman Sachs says tech companies with the highest cash balances held abroad will thrive under repatriation tax reform.
Nokia's manufacturer is expected to unveil an homage to its iconic "indestructible" 3310, VentureBeat reports.
Small-business owners are feeling positive and ready to hire.
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Apple passed the previous record of $134.54, set in April 2015.
North Korea's latest missile test proves it soon will have an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of reaching the US.
American Girl, which has vowed to make its collection of dolls ever more diverse, is adding its first-ever boy doll, Logan.
The outgoing chief weathered a handful of controversies at the agency, where he has worked since 1984, NBC News reports.
Flynn's resignation is fueling calls from Democrats for Congressional probes. Don't count on it, says Jake Novak.
On Black Friday 2015, Michelle McGagh committed to a "no-spend year."